Business Proposal of Liqua Dish Wash

In: Business and Management

Submitted By Mubashirshafi
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Management Application of ICT
XI-512

Prepared By: Grandees

Abdul Rehman - 15007152007
Syed Tanzeel Ur Rehman - 15007152002
Umar Khalid - 15007152006
Zaman Saif - 15007152005

Submitted to: Mr. Ali Mehdi

Ass
Business Proposal Liqua Dish Wash with 4P’s of Marketing Concept

Group Leader Name: Zaman Saif
Semester No: 01
Batch No: 07
Assignment No: 01

Table of Contents:

Introduction to Market
Our Product “Liqua”
Where you can use Liqua?
Is Liqua Safe for People With Sensitive Skin?
Where you can get Liqua?
What Price for Liqua?

2015
4/21/2015

Introduction to the Market
As we know, now-a-days liquid dish wash has replaced the dish wash bars in Pakistan. Since the advent of liquid soap in Pakistan, the detergent producer has not found it easy pinching with the competition. This is because of the simple fact that liquid soap is fast gaining grounds for laundry and dish washing.
Liquid dish wash has several advantages over soaps and detergents hence its preference for laundry and dish washing. Now several skill acquisition centers have integrated liquid soap making into their curricula hence the rise of several small scales liquid soap production companies are growing day by day.
Now the big question is, how can one tap into opportunity abound in the liquid soap production industry? The answer is not far-fetched. All you have to do is to acquire the skills, setup your own share of the ever increasing market.
Hence we are here with an innovative Dishwashing product in the market.

Liqua – Eat with Passion & Clean with Liqua

Our Dishwashing liquid “Liqua” is a cleansing agent which can be used to assist in dishwashing. It has a very highly-foaming formula of chemicals with low skin irritation, thus you can easily use it for hand washing of cutlery, plates, glasses, and cooking utensils such as bowl or sink. It has special…...

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